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Australian sporting crowds on the money again : Comments

By Andrew Blyth, published 12/2/2024

The way crowds react to political figures, whether with cheers or jeers, surpasses any focus group in offering a direct insight into the nation's stance on current government policies and leadership.

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The lot of them should be booed out of Canberra.
Posted by ttbn, Monday, 12 February 2024 7:39:18 AM
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Albanese's signature policies are unbelievable immigration (60% higher than Rudd) and grovelling sell-outs to the tyrant-nationalist Modi.

By agreement with Dutton, Bandt, and all other "Stakeholders", both these policies are clearly marked as "Not For Discussion With Voters".

Therefore, I do encourage punters to generally go ape, at any sporting event where Italy Momma Boy presumes to display his woke countenance.
Posted by Steve S, Monday, 12 February 2024 7:40:15 AM
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Steve S

Good description of Modi, Albanese's other tyrannical mate.
Posted by ttbn, Monday, 12 February 2024 7:57:38 AM
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As I recall our last popular PM was Bob Hawke. He radically changed much with financial reforms etc. And like the true statesman he was, took the people with him with his explanatory fireside chats on TV.

His one regret was, he didn't get the nuclear waste repository through along with the financial benefit that would have accrued. Had he stayed as our PM, we would have had decades of labor parliaments.
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Monday, 12 February 2024 11:15:57 AM
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